Privacy Advisor

The Protection of Personal Information Bill, 9 of 2009

10.01.2010
South African organizations have, for some time, inhabited a data protection law haven. Whilst the right to privacy is enshrined in the Constitution of South Africa, legislation that gives practical credence to such right and a regulator to govern and administer corresponding data protection and privacy practices has been absent. That’s about to change.

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